The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched in less than a couple of months, as the South Korean technology company confirmed the smartphone’s Samsung Unpacked release date on Wednesday. The oversized mobile phone will mark Samsung’s second smartphone flagship launch of the year, as the tech giant will once again take advantage of time to rival against Apple’s iPhones and Google Pixels, which are widely anticipated to announce in fall.
Today we have learned a latest detailed information regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from a reliable source that’s had an opportunity to have his hands on the handset unit. Russian publication Mobile-Review’s Eldar Murtazin validates a number of key features and specification for Samsung’s impending Galaxy Note 9 that have been swirling across the rumor mill lately.
One of the most interesting confirmation that the source discovered is that the company will discontinue manufacturing the Galaxy Note 8 lineup, as it considers against its mantra on keeping the predecessor and successor of the lineup on the market. It is certainly fretting as Samsung will not make any radical design changes with the Galaxy Note 9 – therefore forcing consumers to acquire a familiar design of a smartphone at a significantly higher retail price tag for the condition of having a brand new unit.
According to the latest intelligence report, the only greatest external changes between the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and its predecessor is a horizontally-aligned rear-facing camera module with the fingerprint reader now situated under it instead on the side. Samsung Galaxy Note 9‘s main shooter will feature a variable aperture framework that’s quite similar to the one equipped on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
Samsung has also addressed a substantial upgrade to the S-Pen on the Galaxy Note 9, which now has Bluetooth 5.0 support and new work “modes,” which demonstrates the firm’s intention of aiming business users with the smartphone.
Several of the earliest speculations for the Galaxy Note 9 suggested that it will equip with a rather bigger battery. It appears like these new information are on point as Murtazin also corroborates the presence of a larger battery pack on the handset. According to the report, the Galaxy Note 9’s battery has a 4000mAh capacity.
Moreover, Samsung will also ship the Galaxy Note 9 with a whopping 512GB of on-board storage model, that will also have 8GB of RAM. In addition to that, the Galaxy Note 9 will also feature microSD support.